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Smoke 'N' Herb

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Smoke ‘N’ Herb is a heady new blend made in collaboration with Ghetto Gastro, a Bronx–based culinary collective. They use food as a tool to tell stories about where we come from and the cultures that inspire us.

It's a floral, tropical, all-purpose blend of salt, white and black pepper, herbs and smoky chipotle chilis. It’s a flavor to be treasured, with top notes of mint and fennel, umami in the middle and a funky finish.

This blend of whole spices is complex and effortless at the same time, with layers of herbs, spice and everything nice. Use it in rubs and marinades, or grind fresh over meats, vegetables or grains as a finishing touch.

Working together with Ghetto Gastro on this blend was, in their words, "an easy choice" because "we’re aligned when it comes to ending exploitation in food systems and beyond." Stease the day and get grinding!

Unfortunately, this spice blend does not contain any actual cannabis. 

We're proud to donate $1 from the sale of every jar to organizations supporting cannabis justice in our New York City community.


Fermented white pepper, salina crystal salt, fennel, shallot, flowering hyssop thyme, oregano buds, Euphrates mint, smoked chipotle chili flakes, black peppercorns

Tasting notes:

Heady • Floral Potency • Tropical Heat

  • Grind over cheese and spreads
  • Garnish pizza, pasta, meats and vegetables
  • Use in a marinade or sauce


Ghetto Gastro is the Bronx-born culinary collective from Jon Gray, Pierre Serrao and Lester Walker. The group has notably defined its own lane, merging food, fashion, music, art and design. Claiming both the beauty and grit from the streets with the aspiration and aesthetics of the finer things, Ghetto Gastro’s interdisciplinary approach celebrates the Bronx as a driver of global culture. The crew masterfully blends influences from the African diaspora, Global South ingredients, and the pulse of hip hop to create offerings that address race, identity and economic empowerment.

Learn more at Order Ghetto Gastro’s Black Power Kitchen here